1. Germany and the peace of Europe, by Ferdinand Schevill. 2. The causes of the European Conflict, by John W. Burgess. 3. How Germany was forced into war, by Raymond E. Swing. 4. The session of the German Reichstag on Aug. 4th, 1914, by Bethmann Hollweg and others. II. Russian diplomacy and the war, by James Westfall Thompson. 12. German "War-Makers", a critical study, by Noel Sargent. 13. Nationalism in Europe, by Franz Boas. 14. By their works ye shall know them, by Alfres Hoyt... Topic: World War, 1914-1918
"Excerpt from Circular 334, Save food by ... making sauerkraut ... sulphuring apples ... drying fruits and vegetables, by Mary Brady, Catherine Personious, Gladys Stillman. Extension Service of the College of Agriculture, the University of Wisconsin, Madison, July 1942 (revised March 1943."
v. 1. The Sophist, by Plato. On the sublime, by Longinus. On nature and grace and On grace and free will, by St. Augustine.-v.2. Treatise on God (selections) by G. Vico. Critique of pure reason (selections) by I. Kant.-v.3. The philosophy of history (selections) by G.W.F. Hegel. War and peace (epilogue) by Count L. Tolstoy Topic: Literature
byVeith, Ilza. [from old catalog]; McLean, Franklin Chambers, 1888- [from old catalog] joint author
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